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Número de publicaciónUS9073195 B2
Tipo de publicaciónConcesión
Número de solicitudUS 13/385,614
Fecha de publicación7 Jul 2015
Fecha de presentación16 Jul 2012
Fecha de prioridad29 Abr 2010
También publicado comoUS8915499, US9242361, US20140015207, US20140017000, US20140035242, US20160096261
Número de publicación13385614, 385614, US 9073195 B2, US 9073195B2, US-B2-9073195, US9073195 B2, US9073195B2
InventoresThomas R. Kaye, Jr., James R. Niblett
Cesionario originalBlack & Decker Inc.
Exportar citaBiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan
Enlaces externos: USPTO, Cesión de USPTO, Espacenet
Universal accessory for oscillating power tool
US 9073195 B2
Resumen
A combination kit includes an oscillating power tool and accessory. The tool includes a housing, motor, transmission to convert rotational motion to oscillating motion, output spindle, and accessory attachment mechanism. The mechanism has a first clamping face with projections, a second clamping face, and a central post. The accessory includes a working end, an opposite rear end, and a fitment adjacent the rear end. The fitment includes a generally U-shaped opening open at the rear end that receives the post, a first plurality of openings in communication with and extending radially outward from the U-shaped opening, and a second plurality of openings not in communication with and positioned radially outward from the U-shaped opening.
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The invention claimed is:
1. A combination kit comprising:
an oscillating power tool comprising a housing, a motor disposed in the housing, a transmission coupled to the motor and configured to convert a rotational motion at an input portion to an oscillating motion at an output portion, and an accessory attachment mechanism coupled to the output portion and having a clamping face with at least one projection and a central post; and
an accessory comprising a working end portion and an opposite rear end portion configured to be removably coupled to the attachment mechanism, the rear end portion including: (a) a generally U-shaped opening open to the rear end portion, the U-shaped opening having a central portion configured to receive the central post and a rearward portion in communication with the central portion and open to the rear end portion of the accessory; (b) a first plurality of openings in communication with and extending radially outward from the central opening, the first plurality of openings including a first radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 90 degrees to the U-shaped opening, a second radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 180 degrees to the U-shaped opening, and a third radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 270 degrees from the U-shaped opening; and (c) a second plurality of openings not in communication with and positioned radially outward from the central opening with each of the second plurality of openings having a substantially rectangular shape defined by a pair of substantially straight elongated sidewalls and a pair of substantially straight end walls, wherein at least one of the first plurality of openings or at least one of the second plurality of openings is configured to receive the at least one projection.
2. The kit of claim 1 wherein the working end portion comprises at least one of a cutting edge, a saw blade, a sanding surface, and an abrading surface.
3. The kit of claim 1, wherein the generally U-shaped opening comprises a pair of parallel side edges.
4. The kit of claim 3, wherein the generally U-shaped opening further comprises a pair of non-parallel side edges tapering outwardly and rearwardly from the parallel side edges.
5. The kit of claim 4, wherein the non-parallel side edges define notches in the generally U-shaped opening.
6. The kit of claim 1, further comprising a notch defined in the generally U-shaped opening.
7. The kit of claim 1, wherein the second plurality of openings includes a first pair of radial openings spaced radially from the central portion and between the first and second radial arm slots, and a second pair of radial openings spaced radially from the central portion and between the second and third radial arm slots.
8. The kit of claim 7, wherein the first pair of radial openings are at angles of approximately 120 degrees and approximately 150 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening, and the second pair of radial openings are at angles of approximately 210 degrees and approximately 240 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening.
9. The kit of claim 7, wherein the second plurality of openings further includes a third radial opening spaced radially from the central portion between the first radial arm slot and the generally U-shaped opening, and a fourth radial opening spaced radially from the central portion between the third radial arm slot and the generally U-shaped opening.
10. The kit of claim 9, wherein the third radial opening is at an angle of approximately 60 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening, and the fourth radial opening is at an angle of approximately 300 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening.
11. The kit of claim 1, wherein the at least one projection comprises a plurality of projections configured to be received in at least one of the first plurality of openings.
12. The kit of claim 11, wherein the at least one projection further comprises a second plurality of projections configured to be received in at least one of the second plurality of openings.
13. The kit of claim 1, wherein the at least one projection comprises a plurality of projections configured to be received in at least one of the second plurality of openings.
14. The kit of claim 1, wherein at least one of the first and second plurality of openings are configured to removably receive a second projection of a second oscillating power tool, the second projection configured differently than the at least one projection.
15. The kit of claim 1, wherein, in each of the second plurality of openings, each adjacent elongated sidewall and end wall are joined by a rounded corner.
16. A combination kit comprising:
an oscillating power tool comprising a housing, a motor disposed in the housing, a transmission coupled to the motor and configured to convert a rotational motion at an input portion to an oscillating motion at an output portion, and an accessory attachment mechanism coupled to the output portion and having a clamping face with at least one projection and a central post; and
an accessory comprising a working end portion and an opposite rear end portion configured to be removably coupled to the attachment mechanism, the rear end portion including: (a) a generally U-shaped opening open to the rear end portion, the generally U-shaped opening having a central portion configured to receive the central post, a rearward portion with a pair of opposing side edges extending rearward from the central portion and open to the rear end portion of the accessory, and a notch defined in each of the side edges; (b) a first plurality of openings in communication with and extending radially outward from the central opening, the first plurality of openings including a first radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 90 degrees to the U-shaped opening, a second radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 180 degrees to the U-shaped opening, and a third radial arm slot extending from the central portion at approximately 270 degrees from the U-shaped opening; and (c) a second plurality of openings not in communication with and positioned radially outward from the central opening and circumferentially between adjacent openings in the second plurality of openings, wherein at least one of the first plurality of openings or at least one of the second plurality of openings is configured to receive the at least one projection.
17. The kit of claim 16, wherein the second plurality of openings includes a first radial opening circumferentially between the first and second radial arm slots, and a second radial opening circumferentially between the second and third radial arm slots.
18. The kit of claim 17, wherein the first radial opening is at an angle between approximately 120 degrees and approximately 150 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening, and the second radial opening is at an angle of approximately 210 degrees and approximately 240 degrees relative to the U-shaped opening.
19. The kit of claim 16, wherein the pair of opposing side edges are parallel.
20. The kit of claim 19, wherein the notches are defined by a pair of non-parallel side edges extending rearward of the parallel side edges.
Descripción
CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

This application is related to U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 61/664,454, filed on Jun. 26, 2012 and U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 61/622,894 filed Apr. 11, 2012, which are continuation-in-parts of U.S. patent application Ser. No. 13/362,637 filed on Jan. 31, 2012, which is a continuation-in-part of U.S. patent application Ser. No. 12/942,098 filed on Nov. 9, 2010, which claims the benefit and priority of U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 61/329,480, filed Apr. 29, 2010. The entire disclosures of the above applications are incorporated herein by reference.

TECHNICAL FIELD

This application relates to accessories (such as cutting tools, saw blades, and sanding tools) for oscillating power tools.

BACKGROUND

Oscillating power tools generally have a motor, an output shaft, and a transmission that connects the motor to the output shaft and converts rotary motion of the motor to oscillating motion of the output shaft. The output shaft is coupled to an accessory attachment mechanism that is used to removably attach various types of accessories, such as cutting tools, saw blades, and sanding tools, to the output shaft. Different brands of oscillating power tools tend to have different, often proprietary, accessory attachment mechanisms. It is desirable to have oscillating accessories with a universal attachment portion that can be attached to a multitude of different brands of oscillating power tools.

SUMMARY

In an aspect, an accessory for coupling to an attachment mechanism of an oscillating power tool includes a working end, an opposite rear end, and a a fitment portion adjacent the rear end. The fitment portion comprises a plurality of openings configured to receive projections on the attachment mechanisms of each of the Porter-Cable®, Mastercraft®, Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, Skil®, Fein®, Craftsman®, and Ridgid® branded oscillating power tools.

The plurality of openings include a generally U-shaped opening that is open at the rear end, a first set of openings in communication with and extending radially outward from the U-shaped opening, a second set of openings not in communication with and positioned radially outward from the U-shaped opening, and a third set of openings adjacent the rear end. The U-shaped opening is configured to receive a post of a Porter-Cable® branded oscillating power tool, and a central projection a Fein®, a Ridgid®, and a Mastercraft® branded oscillating power tool. The first set of openings is configured to receive round projections of Porter-Cable® branded oscillating power tools, round projections of Mastercraft® banded oscillating power tools, oblong projections of Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded oscillating power tools, radial projections Fein® branded oscillating power tools, radial projections of Craftsman® branded oscillating power tools, and radial projections of Ridgid® branded oscillating power tools. The second set of openings is configured to receive round projections of Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and oblong projections of Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. The third set of recesses is configured to receive round projections of Porter-Cable® branded oscillating power tools, and oblong projections of Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded oscillating power tools.

The first set of openings may include radial arm slots at 90, 180, and 270 degrees. The second set of openings may include arc-shaped slots between pairs of openings the first set of openings. Alternatively, the second set of openings may include radial slots not connected with the U-shaped opening. The third set of openings may include notches in the rear end. Alternatively, the third set of openings may include notches formed in the U-shaped slot. In another alternative, the third set of openings may include chamfers tapering outward from the U-shaped opening to the rear end.

Advantages may include being able to couple the accessories to numerous different brands and configurations of oscillating power tools, including, but not limited to Cable®, Mastercraft®, Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, Skil®, Fein®, Craftsman®, and Ridgid® branded oscillating power tools. Other advantages and features will be apparent from the description and the drawings.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS

FIG. 1A is a perspective view of one brand of oscillating power tool.

FIG. 1B is a perspective view of an accessory attachment mechanism for the oscillating power tool of FIG. 1A.

FIGS. 2A-2F are schematic views of accessory attachment mechanisms for various brands of oscillating power tools.

FIG. 3 illustrates a first embodiment of a universal accessory attachment mechanism, showing how the accessory fits to the accessory attachment mechanisms of FIGS. 2A-2F.

FIG. 4 illustrates a second embodiment of a universal accessory attachment mechanism, showing how the accessory fits to the accessory attachment mechanisms of FIGS. 2A-2F.

FIG. 5 illustrates a third embodiment of a universal accessory attachment mechanism, showing how the accessory fits to the accessory attachment mechanisms of FIGS. 2A-2F.

FIG. 6 illustrates a fourth embodiment of a universal accessory attachment mechanism, showing how the accessory fits to the accessory attachment mechanisms of FIGS. 2A-2F.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

Referring to FIG. 1, an oscillating power tool 12 generally includes a tool body 18 including a housing 20 that generally contains a motor 22 that drives an output member 24. The output member 24 can be coupled to a spindle 26 via a transmission 25 that converts rotary motion of the output member 24 to oscillating motion of the spindle 26. The output of the spindle 26 is coupled to an accessory attachment mechanism in the form of a clamp arrangement 10. The clamp arrangement 10 includes a clamp assembly 30 that operatively cooperates with an actuator such as a lever 32. The clamp assembly 30 can generally include a first clamp member 36 and a second clamp member 38. The lever 32 can include a lever arm 40 that includes a user engagement portion 42 and a block 44. The lever 32 can further include a pivot portion 46 having a pivot axle 48.

Referring also to FIG. 1B, the second clamp member 38 includes a second clamp body 70 generally in the form of a ring having a central opening 72. The second clamp body 70 has a second clamping surface 74 having a plurality of mounting features 76 formed thereon. In the example shown, the plurality of mounting features 76 are in the form of male protrusions 78. In the particular example shown, eight protrusions each having a circular cross section and a tapered shape or form are provided. An oscillating accessory 14 a (in this case a saw blade) is removably clamped between the first and second clamp members 36, 38, and includes a plurality of openings that receive the male protrusions 78 so as to inhibit rotation of the oscillating accessory 14 a relative to the clamp members 36, 38.

Referring to FIGS. 2A-2F, different brands of oscillating power tools have accessory attachment mechanisms with different patterns of projections for engaging openings in an accessory. FIG. 2A illustrates a projection pattern 100 on Porter-Cable® branded oscillating power tools, which includes eight round projections 100 a-100 h arranged clockwise about a support post 102 for the clamping mechanism at angles of 0, 60, 90, 120, 180, 240, 270, and 300 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 104 extending from the central hole 102 through the projection 100 a. FIG. 2B illustrates a projection pattern 200 on Mastercraft® branded oscillating power tools, which includes four round projections 200 a-200 d arranged clockwise about a central circular projection 202 at angles of 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 204 extending from the central projection 202 through the projection 200 a. FIG. 2C illustrates a projection pattern 300 on Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded oscillating power tools, which includes twelve oblong projections 300 a-300 l arranged clockwise about a central point 302 at angles of 0, 30, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, 270, 300, and 330 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 204 extending from the central point 302 through the projection 300 a.

FIG. 2D illustrates a projection pattern 400 on Fein® branded oscillating power tools, which includes a central, circular projection 402, and four radial projections 400 a-400 d extending radially outward from the central projection 402 clockwise at angles of 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 404 extending from the central projection 402 through the radial projection 400 a. FIG. 2E illustrates a projection pattern 500 on Craftsman® branded oscillating power tools, which includes a four radial projections 500 a-500 d extending radially outward, and arranged clockwise about a central point 502 at angles of 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 504 extending from the central point 502 through the radial projection 500 a. FIG. 2F illustrates a projection pattern 600 on Ridgid® branded oscillating power tools, which includes a central, circular projection 602, and four radial projections 600 a-600 d extending radially outward from the central projection 602 clockwise at angles of 0, 90, 180, and 270 degrees, respectively, relative to an imaginary vertical line 604 extending from the central projection 602 through the radial projection 600 a.

Referring to FIG. 3, a first embodiment of an oscillating accessory 700 includes a working end 702 and a rear end 704. The rear end 704 has a fitment portion having a plurality of openings 706 configured to couple the accessory 700 to each of the projection patterns illustrated in FIGS. 2A-2F. The openings 706 include a generally U-shaped opening 708 extending from a rear end portion 710 of the accessory 700. Three radial openings 712 a-712 c are in communication with and extend radially outward from the U-shaped opening 708 at 90, 180, and 270 degree positions. A pair of arc-shaped openings 714 a, 714 b each are not in communication with the U-shaped opening, and are disposed between adjacent pairs of the radial openings 712 a, 712 b, and 712 b, 712 c, respectively. The rear end portion 710 includes a pair of notches 716 a, 716 b adjacent to the U-shaped opening 708.

The U-shaped opening 708 is opened at the rear end portion 710 in order to be able to receive the support post 102 of the Porter-Cable® branded power tool. The U-shaped opening 708 is also configured to receive the central projections 202, 402, and 602 of the Fein®, Ridgid®, and Mastercraft® branded power tools, respectively. The radial openings 712 a-712 c are configured to receive the round projections 100 c, 100 e, 100 g of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, the round projections 200 b, 200 c, 200 d of the Mastercraft® banded power tools, the oblong projections 300 d, 300 g, 300 j of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools, the radial projections 400 b-400 d of the Fein® branded power tools, the radial projections 500 b-500 d of the Craftsman® branded power tools, and the radial projections 600 b-600 d of the Ridgid® branded power tools. The arc-shaped openings 714 a, 714 b are configured to receive the round projections 100 d, 100 f of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 e, 300 f, 300 h, 300 i of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. The notches 716 a, 716 b are configured to receive the round projections 100 b, 100 h of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 c, 300 k of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. In this manner, the openings 700 can universally engage the attachment mechanism of any of the aforementioned oscillating power tools.

Referring to FIG. 4, a second embodiment of an oscillating accessory 800 includes a working end 802 and a rear end 804. The rear end 804 has a fitment with a plurality of openings 806 configured to couple the accessory 800 to each of the projection patterns illustrated in FIGS. 2A-2F. The openings 806 include a generally U-shaped opening 808 extending from a rear end portion 810 of the accessory 800. Three radial openings 812 a-812 c are in communication with and extend radially outward from the U-shaped opening 808 at 90, 180, and 270 degree positions. A first pair of arc-shaped openings 814 a, 814 b are not in communication with the U-shaped opening and each are disposed between adjacent pairs of the radial openings 812 a, 812 b, and 812 b, 812 c, respectively. A second pair of arc-shaped openings 816 a, 816 b extend circumferentially from the U-shaped opening 808 toward the radial openings 812 c, 812 a, respectively.

The U-shaped opening 808 is opened at the rear end portion 810 in order to be able to receive the support post 102 of the Porter-Cable® branded power tool. The U-shaped opening 808 is also configured to receive the central projections 202, 402, and 602 of the Fein®, Ridgid®, and Mastercraft® branded power tools, respectively. The radial openings 812 a-812 c are configured to receive the round projections 100 c, 100 e, 100 g of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, the round projections 200 b, 200 c, 200 d of the Mastercraft® banded power tools, the oblong projections 300 d, 300 g, 300 j of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools, the radial projections 400 b-400 d of the Fein® branded power tools, the radial projections 500 b-500 d of the Craftsman® branded power tools, and the radial projections 600 b-600 d of the Ridgid® branded power tools. The first set of arc-shaped openings 814 a, 814 b are configured to receive the round projections 100 d, 100 f of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 e, 300 f, 300 h, 300 i of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. The second set of arc-shaped openings 816 a, 816 b are configured to receive the round projections 100 b, 100 h of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 c, 300 k of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. In this manner, the openings 800 can universally engage the attachment mechanism of any of the aforementioned oscillating power tools.

Referring to FIG. 5, a third embodiment of an oscillating accessory 900 includes a working end 902 and a rear end 904. The rear end 904 has a fitment with a plurality of openings 906 configured to couple the accessory 900 to each of the projection patterns illustrated in FIGS. 2A-2F. The openings 906 include a generally U-shaped opening 908 extending from a rear end portion 910 of the accessory 900. A first set of three radial openings 912 a-912 c are in communication with and and extend radially outward from the U-shaped opening 908 at 90, 180, and 270 degree positions. A second set of six radial openings 914 a-914 e extend radially outward, but are not in communication with, the U-shaped opening 908 at 60, 120, 150, 210, 240, and 300 degree positions. A pair of chamfers 916 a, 916 b are taper outward from the U-shaped opening 908 to the rear end portion 910 of the accessory 900.

The U-shaped opening 908 is opened at the rear end portion 910 in order to be able to receive the support post 102 of the Porter-Cable® branded power tool. The U-shaped opening 908 is also configured to receive the central projections 202, 402, and 602 of the Fein®, Ridgid®, and Mastercraft® branded power tools, respectively. The first set of radial openings 912 a-912 c are configured to receive the round projections 100 c, 100 e, 100 g of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, the round projections 200 b, 200 c, 200 d of the Mastercraft® banded power tools, the oblong projections 300 d, 300 g, 300 j of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools, the radial projections 400 b-400 d of the Fein® branded power tools, the radial projections 500 b-500 d of the Craftsman® branded power tools, and the radial projections 600 b-600 d of the Ridgid® branded power tools. The second set of radial openings 914 a-914 e are configured to receive the round projections 100 b, 100 d, 100 f, 100 h of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 c, 300 e, 300 f, 300 h, 300 i, 300 k of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. The chamfers 916 a, 916 b are configured to receive and provide clearance for the oblong projections 300 b, 300 l of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. In this manner, the openings 900 can universally engage the attachment mechanism of any of the aforementioned oscillating power tools.

Referring to FIG. 6, a fourth embodiment of an oscillating accessory 1000 includes a working end 1002 and a rear end 1004. The rear end 1004 has a fitment with a plurality of openings 1006 configured to couple the accessory 1000 to each of the projection patterns illustrated in FIGS. 2A-2F. The openings 1006 include a generally U-shaped opening 1008 extending from a rear end portion 1010 of the accessory 1000. A first set of three radial openings 1012 a-1012 c are in communication with and extend radially outward from the U-shaped opening 1008 at 90, 180, and 270 degree positions. A second set of six radial openings 1014 a-1014 e extend radially outward, but are not in communication with, the U-shaped opening 908 at 60, 120, 150, 210, 240, and 300 degree positions. A pair of notches 1016 a, 1016 b are formed in the U-shaped opening 1008 at 30 and 330 degree positions.

The U-shaped opening 1008 is opened at the rear end portion 1010 in order to be able to receive the support post 102 of the Porter-Cable® branded power tool. The U-shaped opening 1008 is also configured to receive the central projections 202, 402, and 602 of the Fein®, Ridgid®, and Mastercraft® branded power tools, respectively. The first set of radial openings 1012 a-1012 c are configured to receive the round projections 100 c, 100 e, 100 g of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, the round projections 200 b, 200 c, 200 d of the Mastercraft® banded power tools, the oblong projections 300 d, 300 g, 300 j of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools, the radial projections 400 b-400 d of the Fein® branded power tools, the radial projections 500 b-500 d of the Craftsman® branded power tools, and the radial projections 600 b-600 d of the Ridgid® branded power tools. The second set of radial openings 1014 a-1014 e are configured to receive the round projections 100 b, 100 d, 100 f, 100 h of the Porter-Cable® branded power tools, and the oblong projections 300 c, 300 e, 300 f, 300 h, 300 i, 300 k of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. The notches 1016 a, 1016 b are configured to receive the oblong projections 300 b, 300 l of the Dremel®, Bosch®, Milwaukee®, and Skil® branded power tools. In this manner, the openings 1000 can universally engage the attachment mechanism of any of the aforementioned oscillating power tools.

Numerous modifications may be made to the exemplary implementations described above. For example, the shapes and configurations of the openings could be modified, or the openings could be made as recesses. The oscillating accessory may be any type of accessory used with oscillating tool such as a cutting tool, a saw blade, or a sanding or abrading tool. These and other implementations are within the scope of this application.

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10Zimmer Inc., Brochure "Air Drive Blades-The Next Generation" dated Jun. 28, 1993, 1 page; © 1993 Zimmer, Inc.
11Zimmer, Inc., Brochure "More Versatile 'Graft' Blades Available" dated Feb. 15, 1993, 2 pages; © 1993 Zimmer, Inc.